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Exclusive Interview: ‘These Final Hours’ Director Zak Hilditch

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If you’re a follower of House of Geekery or any of our Facebook page you’d have noticed us raving and gibbering about an indie end-of-the-world flick called These Final Hours. We loved it and… Continue reading

EIFF 2014 Review 2: ‘Let Us Prey’

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The following review does contain some strong language. I would apologise but I was pretty psyched when I wrote this so take the cursing to be a good thing. Basically the film gets… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Blue Ruin’

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Directed by: Jeremy Saulnier Starring: Macon Blair, Devin Ratray, and Amy Hargeaves Plot: An outsider comes back to his childhood home to carry out an act of vengeance. Review: Do you ever watch one of these… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher’

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Directed by: Kenichi Shimizu Starring: Brian Bloom and Jennifer Carpenter Plot: To negotiate an early release, Punisher teams up with Black Widow to take out an arms dealer. Review Marvel and the anime studio, Mad House,… Continue reading

An Exclusive Review of ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Script

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We should begin by making this very clear: we are not involved with the production of Avengers: Age of Ultron and have not had direct contact with any member of the cast and… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: Hercules

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Hercules is one of my all-time favorite Disney films, and one I feel doesn’t get enough credit sometimes. It takes an entirely inappropriate myth from Greek mythology and manages to turn it into… Continue reading

The Lamest Movie of 2013

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This isn’t a look at the worst movie of the past year, not by a long shot. Nor is it an offensive movie. This movie isn’t interesting enough to earn either title. No,… Continue reading

Your Guide the New X-Men in ‘Days of Future Past’

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We’ve already taken a look at the X-Men we’re happy to not see in the upcoming timeline mash-up that is Days of Future Past. It’s time to find out who is going to be… Continue reading

The Early Days of J-Horror – Ring Kanzenban and Ju-On: The Curse

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Everyone has seen Ring and The Grudge, or at least the English remakes of them. Both are classics of what has been called the “J-Horror” movement, and both helped popularise Japanese horror movies… Continue reading

Requesting a Remake: ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

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Have you ever watched an older film, either from your childhood or earlier and thought, “I would love to see this remade, for a new generation to enjoy it and with new talent behind… Continue reading